A Selection Of Recent Print Work

Oh, the jet-set life of the self-employed! I’ve been keeping busy and hustlin’ to pay off our recent house remodeling project. On the multimedia front, there’s been a bunch of animation work and even some audio/radio work, but I’m not posting any of that because I’m lazy. Instead, here are a few of the freelance print projects I’ve been working on for the last few months.

The new album from JP Harris, released last month. I’m very pleased with how the whole digipak layout came out. I added it to my CD & album art portfolio.

Two double-bill gig posters for Cow Island Music featuring two of my album cover designs, JP’s and one I did for The Starline Rhythm Boys a year or two ago.

Turn It Up! won the Valley Advocate reader’s poll again, so I made a full-page ad for ’em. Like them on Facebook because they’re so likeable.

Plus, an accompanying flyer for Record Store Day.

A poster for Greenfield Center School’s 30th Anniversary fundraiser (you can buy tickets on their site, which I recently spruced up a bit). Laying out all this text was fun. I added this to my poster portfolio.

The cover of National Priorities Project‘s new book, A People’s Guide To The Federal Budget. I did a whole bunch of black and white illustrations inside the book, too. Here’s a fun one of a piggy. Release date : May 12th. I added this to my design & layout portfolio.

Here’s the slightly very psychotic-looking cover for the 2011 collection of Optimist comics, which I hope to get back from the printer in time for the Maine Comics Arts Festival on May 20th. Spazzface taken from this strip.

More stuff coming down the pike.